Graham Potter eyed Prem progress for Albion and said: “We’ll do it our own way.”

The Seagulls aim for a second win of the Premier League campaign when they go to Crystal Palace tomorrow (2pm, Sky Sports).

Potter played down a suggestion that arch rivals Palace, who are in their eighth consecutive top-tier season, were a role model to follow.

Albion’s head coach said: “I’m not sure about role model, because every club is different.

“It’s good for them and they’ve managed their club well. To stay in the Premier League for that amount of time is a really good achievement. They can be proud of that.

“Roy has done a really, really good job since he’s been there, he’s stabilised after they went for a change and it didn’t quite work out.

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“We’re looking to stabilise ourselves and keep improving in the PL. We know that is a challenge.

“But we’ll do it in our way and won’t copy anybody else.

“At the same time, it’s nice to see it’s possible and we can be in this competition for many years.”